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New South Wales/ACT Coastal Warnings

New South Wales/ACT Coastal Temperature, Wind and Rainfall Reports

Station Time Temperature Feels like Winds Gusts Rainfall
°C °C kt kt mm
Cape Byron 16:50 EST 20.8 20.8 wind
E 8 9 0.0
Ballina Ap 16:50 EST 20.2 20.2 wind
E 7 9 0.0
Yamba 16:50 EST 19.2 19.2 wind
ESE 7 8 0.0
Port Macquarie Ap 16:50 EST 19.1 19.1 wind
E 9 11 0.0
Taree Ap 16:50 EST 18.3 18.3 wind
E 8 10 0.0
Williamtown 16:50 EST 18.5 18.5 wind
E 10 13 0.0
Nobbys Head 16:50 EST 18.1 18.1 wind
ESE 13 15 0.0
Lake Macquarie 16:50 EST 18.3 18.3 wind
ESE 7 8 0.0
Norah Head 16:50 EST 18.1 18.1 wind
E 9 9 0.0
North Head 16:50 EST - - wind
E 7 10 -
Fort Denison 16:50 EST - - wind
ENE 10 11 -
Sydney Ap 16:50 EST 18.6 18.6 wind
E 13 14 -
Little Bay 16:50 EST - - wind
ENE 9 10 -
Kurnell 16:50 EST - - wind
ENE 10 12 -
Bellambi Pt 16:50 EST 17.2 17.2 wind
E 9 10 0.0
Albion Park 16:50 EST 17.2 17.2 wind
NE 8 9 0.0
Kiama 16:50 EST 17.2 17.2 wind
NE 6 8 0.0
Pt Perpendicular 16:50 EST 15.6 15.6 wind
ENE 8 10 0.0
Ulladulla 16:50 EST - - wind
ENE 7 10 0.0
Moruya Ap 16:50 EST 16.0 16.0 wind
NE 11 13 0.0
Montague Is 16:50 EST 15.0 15.0 wind
NE 7 8 0.0
Merimbula Ap 16:50 EST 15.7 15.7 wind
ENE 8 11 0.0
Green Cape 16:50 EST 15.7 15.7 wind
NE 15 16 0.0
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